Tool Expensive Tour Bus Photo Revealed


Tool have hit the road once again. The band previously debuted a new song live on tour. The band recently performed at the Honda Center in Anaheim on January 18. It was at this show that vocalist Maynard James Keenan found out about the use of weed.

The alternative metal legends were planning for a major tour in support of their new album Fear Inoculum back in Spring 2020 before the global pandemic stopped them in their tracks. And after that 18-month break, they are back on road. Maynard James Keenan recently forgot the words this classic Tool hit. The band’s tour was recently spotted in San Diego for their concert at Viejas Arena.

Tool’s tour bus photo was revealed

One of the fans spotted the band on the roads of San Diego and circulated it on the internet. You can check out the photo below:

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Tool are set to play in North America and Europe throughout the winter and early spring of 2022, 3 years after the release of their comeback album ‘Fear Inoculum.’ Maynard James Keenan has kept busy with his wine business and Puscifer, though fans are still desperately waiting for what’s next with A Perfect Circle.

Previously, Keenan spoke of three key tracks from his various projects, which also include A Perfect Circle and Puscifer. Discussing it, he said that the song just captures the vibe and he wants the fans who have started following the band should listen to it. He said that the fans should not immediately play the 27-minute one at first:

“To me, that’s one of the examples of some of our earlier energy blending perfectly with our more mature energy and kind of nods to our influences over the year. I feel like we really kind of struggle to make sure that all four of us shine as best we can on everything we do, to exhaustion.

But I feel like this one is one of the ones that felt, not effortless, but fresh and conscious consciously effortless if that makes sense? It just captures that vibe that I think, if you’re gonna play a song for people to kind of get them into our band, I don’t think you should start with the 27-minute one. Calm down. Don’t get all QAnon on us. Focus on “The Pot“, which will be the introduction to all the other possibilities that happen in this project.”